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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Tue Oct 1, 2013 10:29 AM CDT

A few updates on the federal government shutdown:

It's still the other guy's fault. House and Senate members continue marching to the floor to explain why it's the other party or the other chamber who caused this. Really, my B.S. allergies are getting bad right now.

A lot of people are upset the federal agencies shutdown their websites, including most access to USDA. My emails to some USDA people came back with messages stating they were on emergency furlough.

On Brownfield radio, Julia Wickard, state director for Indiana's Farm Service Agency offices, said all appointments with farmers would be cancelled ...

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